UVM geologist studying climate change in Antarctica

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A University of Vermont geologist is on a research expedition in Antarctica.

Tom Neumann is an expert on ice flow and polar snow chemistry. He and a group of scientists are traveling over the ice in special Norwegian tractors. Their objective is to answer the question: how will the Antarctic ice sheet respond to future warming?

Tom Neumann spoke by satellite phone with VPR’s Neal Charnoff:



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